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29060/136 Completed A Double-Blind Study to Assess the Efficacy and Tolerance of a Flexible Dose of Paroxetine Compared with a Flexible Dose of Clomipramine and Placebo in the Treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Study Listed on ClinicalStudyDataRequest.com
29060/139 Completed A study of the pharmacokinetics of paroxetine after single oral doses of BRL 29060A
29060/140 Completed Double-blind tolerance study of 30 mg of paroxetine
29060/141 Completed A comparison of the pharmacokinetics of paroxetine after a single oral dose before and after 30 days of once daily oral administration
29060/142 Completed A study to assess the CNS effects of paroxetine and any interaction with the sedative effects of amylobarbitone
29060/143 Completed A study to assess the effect of repeat dosing with paroxetine 30 mg once daily on the pharmacokinetics of phenytoin in healthy male volunteers
29060/144 Completed Pharmacokinetic profile of antipyrine before and after the administration of paroxetine
29060/145 Completed Metabolism studies in healthy male subjects following a single oral dose of 14C-BRL 29060A equivalent to 30mg pure free base
29060/146 Completed A comparative study of the pharmacokinetics of paroxetine in females who were and were not taking oral contraceptives
29060/147 Completed A study of the effects of a single oral dose of paroxetine on systolic time intervals, compared with amitriptyline and placebo
29060/148 Completed A study to determine the tolerance, clinical effects and bioavailability of paroxetine in healthy male human volunteers
29060/150 Completed A study of the tolerance, pharmacokinetics and absolute bioavailability of BRL 29060A.
29060/151 Completed A study to assess the CNS effects of paroxetine (BRL 29060A) and amitriptyline and their interaction with alcohol
29060/152 Completed Two-part sequential study of the pharmacokinetic profile of 30 mg tablets of paroxetine after morning and evening administration
29060/153 Completed An investigation into the pharmacokinetics of BRL 29060 (paroxetine) in patients with impaired renal function
29060/154 Completed Two-part sequential study comparing absorption of 30 mg tablets of paroxetine in fasting and non-fasting volunteers
29060/155 Completed A study to assess the CNS effects of oxazepam alone and in combination with paroxetine
29060/156 Completed A study to assess the CNS effects of paroxetine, and haloperidol and any interaction of paroxetine with the sedative effects of haloperidol
29060/157 Completed Bioequivalence of four formulations of paroxetine
29060/158 Completed A placebo controlled, double-blind, 28 day repeat dose tolerance study on paroxetine
29060/159 Completed Double-blind tolerance study of 40 mg of paroxetine.
29060/160 Completed Bioavailability of two formulations of paroxetine
29060/161 Completed An investigation into the action of oral paroxetine on upper gastro-intestinal activity in man using the lactulose/breath hydrogen method
29060/162 Completed An investigation into the action of oral paroxetine on upper gastro-intestinal activity in man.
29060/163 Completed A study to assess the pharmacokinetics and tolerance of single oral doses and repeat oral doses of paroxetine in healthy elderly subjects and a control population.

 

 

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